You don’t have to go if you don’t want to. Introverts need alone time to recharge. For a long time, I would force myself to go to events even if I did not feel like it at all. I did it to be polite, or not to disappoint. Sometimes it’s a good thing to push yourself to go to social events. Maybe you will meet new people that you will really connect with. Maybe you will learn something while listening to someone’s story. Maybe you will stay just for 1 or 2 hours, have a nice chat with your closest … Continue reading INFP tip #62: Social gatherings
Let people adapt to you sometimes. INFPs will often adapt to other people and not the other way around. You have to keep in mind that you have the right to go your own way. For example today I was taking notes of a colleagues comments on a project. This colleague was speaking very fast. Instead of slowing him down, I was adapting and taking notes way too quickly, missing important information at the same time. What I should have done is asking him to adapt. Keep writing at my own pace and asking to slow down or wait a little bit when … Continue reading INFP tip #61
Life is crazy, and it seems like every year that passes gets busier and busier until we don’t even have time to think of ourselves. It’s easy to get comfortable in a routine, go to work, go to school, do what we have always done, do what our parents told us we should do, or follow our friends visions, or lovers advice…. It’s so easy to keep going when we get validation from others. Sometimes we forget what we really want, who we really are. But do you really want to become a CEO? Do you really want that big … Continue reading Find out what you really want from life
INFPs hate/are bad in sports? Not true. BUT They may not enjoy sport for the same reasons as other types. A lot of introverts will prefer solo practices. They will also enjoy the aspect of self accomplishment, becoming gradually better … Continue reading INFP tip#60: sport and exercise
It’s hard to be yourself when you are one of the rarest types. Remember your vision is not wrong just because it is not popular. – If I try to remember the last time I was truly myself and did … Continue reading INFP tip #59 : Be you.
Introverted types process information differently than extroverted types. For us “I”s, our natural preference is to think deeply before we come to a conclusion and exteriorize a thought. On their side, extroverts will express more spontaneous thoughts, and correct them … Continue reading INFP tip#58
In past posts, I have covered the fact that INFPs are very open-minded people, and are open to different views on the world. This great personality trait ables us to see situations in many different perspectives. We tend to see … Continue reading INFP tip #56: The Compass